Altshuller Father of Innovation – the Contradiction of TRIZ

By: Karen Gadd Karen Gadd Oxford Creativity Karen.gadd@triz.co.uk +44 1993 2001401 All of us celebrate that Altshuller founded TRIZ and uncovered this marvellous process for problem solving for the world....
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Does Innovation Come First or Last?

Message: 1144Posted by: NewBBPosted on: Monday, 5th November 2007 There's a lot of talk about innovation and six sigma…Should innovation come first?  Then six sigma?  Or should you...
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Technology Forecasting with TRIZ

Predicting Next-Generation Products & Processes Using AFTER – 96 (Algorithm for Forecasting Technology-Evolution Roadmaps) James F. Kowalick, PhD, PE Renaissance Leadership Institute Center...
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The 40 Principles and the Matrix

Message: 1301Posted by: Shree PhadnisPosted on: Wednesday, 30th April 2008 The internet seems to be doing more harm than helping in the proliferation of TRIZ, For example the recent article on the 40...
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Global Innovation – Part Ii

Praveen GuptaWhile going to India for participating in the convocation events at IIT, Chicago’s Bangalore campus, I was supposed to travel from Chicago to Newark, and then catch the international flight...
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Japan TRIZ Symposium and Newsletter Update

Dear TRIZ Colleagues, “TRIZ Home Page in Japan” has been updated on June 6, 2006: Both English and Japanese Pages http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/ The Program of “The...
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Creativity@work

Praveen GuptaI am always surprised at people being amazed of innovation and ignorant of creativity in the work place. Innovation is a buzzword in the business world today, while creativity is...
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TRIZ for Nuclear Power Plants

Message: 1771Posted by: David DrummondsPosted on: Tuesday, 9th March 2010 I am a Program Manager at Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant. I am a novice to TRIZ and am looking for applications in nuclear...
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Breakthrough Thinking with TRIZ

Study & Observe It takes some time and effort to come up to speed on a problem. Lots of questions need to be asked. Do not rely on the experience of others. Gain firsthand experience of the difficulties...
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